Top 10 Things to do in Zagreb // Brittany from Boston

Top 10 Things to do in Zagreb

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Zagreb has got to be one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever been! I know I say that about a lot of places but really, Zagreb is just dreamy. It’s like everything you ever wanted a quaint little European town to be, heavy on the charm, full of history, and noticeably low on tourists. […]

Fez Morocco Visitors Guide // Brittany from Boston

Fez Morocco Visitors Guide

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Fez is the oldest and most religious city in Morocco, with a medina that’s still firmly set in the past. Were it not for the cluster of satellite dishes adorning every roofop, you might actually believe you’ve stepped into the past when you come to Fez. It’s everything hectic, historic, and cultural about Morocco, all […]

Edinburgh Visitors Guide: Scottish Tradition Meets International Culture // Brittany from Boston

Edinburgh Visitors Guide: Scottish Traditions Meet International Culture

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Scotland’s largest city, Edinburgh is a contradiction in its unwavering commitment to traditional Scottish culture and its simultaneous embrace of international trends. Add to this that it’s a veritable mecca for Harry Potter fans, and it’s easy to see why so many people come to visit. But the lovely thing about Edinburgh, really, is that […]

The Best Historic Sites in Boston // Brittany from Boston

The Best Historic Sites in Boston

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Boston is the oldest cities in the US, it’s where the American Revolution began and the country started, so naturally it’s full of historic sites. These sites have been well preserved and by touring around to see them, you can get quite a nice feel for the city, seeing it’s different neighborhoods and districts as you […]

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Visitor’s Guide to Newbury Street

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Centrally located in Boston and perfectly charming, Newbury Street is one of my favorite spots to spend a Saturday morning, strolling up and down its blocks shopping and entertaining the dining options. It’s right in the Back Bay, beside Copley Square, and it stretches all the way from the Public Gardens to Hynes Convention Center. […]

Springtime in Boston: 8 Must-Do Activities

Boston in Springtime: 8 Must-Do Activities

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Spring is that magical time of year when we shed our puffy jackets and embrace 55 degree weather with our sunglasses on. We’re so excited to escape our winter blues that every day is like warm sunny gift from the nature gods. The cherry blossom trees, tulip gardens, and magnolia trees are out in full […]

Visitor's Guide to the North End // Brittany from Boston

Visitor’s Guide to the North End

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Walk into Boston’s historic North End neighborhood and you’ll instantly feel transported into the streets of Italy. The North End is literally the oldest neighborhood in the entire country! How’s that for some historic value?! Salem and Hanover Streets are the center of the action, lined exclusively with Italian restaurants, interrupted only for the many […]